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Sent my P45 back to Kahr, who replaced my slide. Again another problem due to a bad magazine catch, which they sent me a new one. Finally spent the $ for a gunsmith who reconditioned entire gun (polished all metal parts) and performed a frog lube. Gun working perfectly! No jams! Worth the investment, especially if this is for self defense. Can't afford jams.
 

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I used Frog lube on both my FNS 9mm's, and find this dry lube to be worth the effort it takes to put it on, my guns stay a whole lot cleaner, which is a good thing, but even more it seems to function better with this lube, I've been a big believer in GUN-BUTTER, for several years now, and still am, but Frog -Lube has me re-thinking my needs for lubrication...
 

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I used Frog lube on both my FNS 9mm's, and find this dry lube to be worth the effort it takes to put it on, my guns stay a whole lot cleaner, which is a good thing, but even more it seems to function better with this lube, I've been a big believer in GUN-BUTTER, for several years now, and still am, but Frog -Lube has me re-thinking my needs for lubrication...
I have heard of Frog Lube having problems in freezing temperatures. Don't know for sure, just say'n.
 

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My understanding of this is toooo much Frog Lube was applied, and clumped up in the striker area, this can be avoided by turning the slide over and heating it with a hair dryer so the excess will fall free of the striker area by just running out, this takes a little more time, but I think its worth it, where I live we have a lot of freezing weather,, and so far no problems with either of my Frog Lubed guns, maybe after more time that will chamge, but I think what I did by making sure the striker channel is clean makes the difference...
 
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